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"...The American tribute to Kunimitsu Takahashi, the inventor of the drifting techniques and Keiichi Tsuchiya, the Japanese drift king, came in shape of the 2006 Fast and Furious Tokio Drift. The production, the first of the franchise not to star Vin Diesel or Paul Walker, came as a refreshing addition to the car-movie scene. Even if among the veteran viewers it didn't do so well, the movie was a hit as far as teenagers were concerned. The 1967 Ford Mustang Sean Boswell uses ..." Continue Reading →
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